Stacked and flattened membranous sacs
Cis, medial, and trans faces
Transport vesicles shuttle between cisternae
Modify and package proteins
Most abundant in cells that secrete proteins
Vesicles formed by Golg
Exam 1 Study Guide (Chapters 1-5)
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to study your notes & your textbook.*
Be familiar with the following terms:
Theory: orderly, integrated set of statements th
Level 1: Know
(1) What is hydrogenation used for in commercial food manufacturing?
a. The hydrogenation of an oil means that a liquid, unsaturated fat
has had hydrogen atoms added to it so that it becomes more
saturated. This can be useful in creating a f
Theory ordered, integrated set of statements that describes, explains and predicts behavior.
Lifespan perspective a dynamic systems approach to development that assumes development
is life long, multidimensional and multidirectional, highly plas
Sociology Exam 2:
Open and Closed systems of stratification:
Open system: aka class societies. In which social mobility allows someone to
change his or her socioeconomic societies.
Closed systems: aka caste societies. Social level are closed, so that al
You are assigned to Mr. Augsten, a 56-year-old
university professor. He is admitted from the trauma
unit following a motorcycle-automobile accident. Mr.
Augsten has a fractured left humerus and pelvis.
Although he was wearing a helmet, he suffered a
FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE
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the lectures and your textbook.*
Describe the longitudinal design.
participants are studied repeatedly, and changes are noted as they get
Pass fewer than three stool a week, experience hard stool. Inadequate fluid
intake or dehydration. Most commonly occurs when waste or stool moves too
slowly through the digestive tract. Seek medical attention if constipated.
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1. You only need to submit the 2 scantrons.
2. Record answers 1 through 100 on an 882 scantron labeled A. Record answers 101 through 113 on an 882 sca
1) The C-shaped rings of the trachea
A) are made of cartilage.
B) allow the esophagus to expand slightly into the tracheal space.
C) keep the trachea open for passage of air.
D) A and B are correct.
E) A, B and C are correct.
2) Keri was practicing her gy
1) Each of the cardiac valves
D) A and C are correct.
2) Which of the following represents the correct sequence of parts through which blood flows as it
moves from the lower body to the to the left atrium?
1. Pulmonary veins
2. Superior vena cava
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Lost in the Desert-Answers
1. What should Henry do to try to save Mark?
Henry should give Mark an isotonic solution containing electrolytes, glucose, and
1) How does muscle tissue contribute to homeostasis?
A) A, B and C are correct.
The ability to respond to stimuli by producing action potentials
A and B are correct.
Which of the following is NOT true?
Several nerves accompan
Proximal which patient is most at risk
Ventilation profusiton levele 2 questins
On the lower left lobe there is normal ventilation but decreased profusion what
would you expect to find?
Mix match on asthma, emphysema, and bronchitis
1) A species found ONLY within a certain region is said to be
_ to that region.
2) Biomes are defined primarily by what?
3) _ and _ are the major factors that
Body membranes are thin sheets of tissue that cover
the body, line body cavities, and cover organs within the
cavities in hollow organs. They can be categorized into
epithelial and connective tissue membrane.
There are three types of epithelial
Abundant and found throughout body
Binds tissues together
Supports and strengthen tissue
Protects and insulates internal organs
Compartmentalize and transport
Energy reserves and immune responses
Features of Connective Tissue
Neutrophils (60 70%)
Eosinophil (2 4%)
Lymphocytes (20 25%)
Monocyte (3 8%)
The two most common WBC types
(80% - 95% of total WBC count)
Neutrophils (60 70% of WBCs)
Lymphocytes (20 25% of WBCs)
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Intro to Sensors
Commonly Detectable Phenomenon
Physical Principles How Sensors Work?
Need for Sensors
Choosing a Sensor
American National Standards Institute
A device which provides a usable output in response to a s
Sensors and Cellphones
What is a sensor?
A converter that measures a physical quantity
and converts it into a signal which can be read
by an observer or by an instrument
What are some sensors we use every day?
Radar guns, red light camer
Sensor basics: Types, functions and
Martin Rowe - September 12, 2013
The Apple iPhone brought the benefits of integrated multi-sensor technology to the masses, and
while the application of sensors and their associated algorithms has multiplie
1) Which of the following lists contain elements that have ionic forms critical to muscle contraction and action
D) Ca, Na, K
2) Isotopes are
C) able to release radiation if their nuclei are unstable.
3) A physician suspects a patien